Ha'zo (Heb. Chazo', חֲזוֹ, perhaps for חָזוֹת, vision; Sept. Α᾿ζαῦ,Vulg. Azau), one of the sons of Nahor by Milcah (Ge 22:22). B.C. cir. 2040. The only clew to the locality settled by him is to be found in the identification of Chesed, and the other sons of Nahor; and hence he must, in all likelihood, be placed in Ur of the Chaldees, or the adjacent countries. Bunsen (Bibelwerk, I, 2, 49) suggests Chazene by the Euphrates (Stephan. Byzant.), in Mesopotamia, or the Chazene (Χαζηνή) in Assyria (Strabo, 16, p. 736),

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